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Have you ever wondered why words like Mother Nature, Mother of Pearl, and Mother of the Forest all have the word “Mother” in it?
To begin with, this special word is also defined as “a creative source; an origin and as something that is an extreme or ultimate example of its kind especially in terms of scale“
Here’s what we have found out :
Mother of the Forest was an ancient and huge Sequoiadendron tree that stretched 321 feet into the air with the girth of 90 feet at ground level. It was the 92 largest Giant Sequoias tree which grew within the Calaveras Grove of Big Trees State Park in California in 1852.
Mother of Pearl is largely used to produce jewelry and art. Do you know that its sources are pearl oysters and abalone? Scientists believed that it could be used as a hard-wired thermometer and pressure sensor, revealing both the temperature and the ocean depth at which the material formed.
Mother Nature or Mother Earth, as some prefer to call her, is the Mother to all earthlings of all colors, sizes, shapes, species and elements. She brings us to different seasons over and over again; her beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder and shines in thousand ways.
To all the Moms we love & for all the love and protection that you’ve given so abundantly and endlessly!